Since last summer, many photographers are looking forward to the arrival of RED’s first smartphone, Hydrogen One. Initially, RED plans to release the device in the first quarter of this year, but later said it will launch the phone this last quarter of the year.
According to Cnet, RED finally gave the time for the Hydrogen One device to be officially unveiled. RED company founder Jim Jannard said that the smartphone will come with AT&T, Verizon, and Telcel (Mexico) operators support and plans to officially start selling on November 2 of 2018.
If you have pre-ordered the phone you will get it from October 9. In addition, RED will give priority to the version of the aluminum alloy, and then the titanium alloy version.
Of course, the above time is only the “estimated time”; the company’s founder Jim Jannard said it might be slip again. He added that it was supposed to launch this month but manufacturing tweak required for FCC approval delayed it.
Based on previous news, the RED Hydrogen One smartphone will be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, using a 5.7-inch display using nanotechnology to support the display of 2D, 3D, VR, AR and other content. It uses dual 4K cameras along beam splitter, also known mirrors, to capture stereoscopically. The price which mentioned by the Jim in his blogpost is still $1,295.
Built-in 4500mAh battery with USB TypeC interface and headphone jack. In addition, the smartphone can be integrated into the RED movie camera system (Scarlet, Weapon and Epic) for use as a monitor.